For those of you who love to search out the herb patch wherever you are on holiday, our little courtyard garden is sure to please.
Not so far from Tythebarn House is Holmepark Fell, or is it Newbiggin Crags, I’m never quite sure where one ends and the other begins. Either way it’s a beautiful walk on a crisp, snowy, winter’s day.
It’s there you’ll find the sheep in almost perfectly-parted coats.
Just a gentle stroll beside the Lancaster Canal on a January afternoon
….. with camera in hand ….
Thank you to Janet for her ‘Portrait’ perspective, kind words and fabulous images.
Portrait No 10 – Diana, cook, baker and B&B owner.
I’ve stayed at the wonderful Tythebarn House a few times when I was on a twelve month business development course and was over the moon when Diana volunteered for my project. On the website they have a slogan “Come as guest, leave as a friend” and it couldn’t be more true !
For me this image sums up the warm welcome, home made scones & jam in front of the wood burning stove – there were days when I’d been out in the cold all day and was so glad of this to warm me through!
Diana is a very passionate baker and cook, breakfasts are fantastic and as well as home made scones there’s always home made bread too. Diana’s passion for cooking also extends to a love of sharing her food and this is at the core of Tythebarn House Bed & Breakfast.
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“Morecambe Bay… a wild place…a big place …a place of infinite skies and endless colour…”
……so begins an inspiring video of this area by 2020Vision.
Just these words are enough to stir the heart of any nature lover. But be warned, watching will have you visiting us here at Tythebarn House very soon. The kettle will be on and the warm scones and home-made jam ready to welcome you to our magical corner of the world.
Image: Sunset from Sandside by Vic Brown
Morcambe Bay Nature Partnership have put together a selection of Nature on your Doorstep Guides to help you plan your trip and discover the nature of Morecambe Bay.
“Did you shake the Sloes?” is a daily question once the clocks have turned back at Tythebarn House, referring to the autumn ritual of reaching up and shaking the sloe gin bottles. A little sip from time to time doesn’t go unnoticed, “leave some for those cold winter walks.”